Active Nanophotonics with Nonvolatile Response: The Case for Phase-Change Materials

2022 IEEE Research and Applications of Photonics in Defense Conference (RAPID)(2022)

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Reversible, nonvolatile, and pronounced refractive index modulation (0.5<∆n<3.5, 0<∆k<2.5) is an unprecedented combination of properties enabled by chalcogenide phase-change materials. From integrated phase and amplitude modulators to photonic in-memory computing cells, metasurfaces, and wavelength filters, these materials represent a fast-growing platform for active, low-energy nanophotonics.
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programmable photonics,photonic materials,optoelectronics,phase change photonics
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